DIY pest control, such as bug sprays and boric acids, may be effective if an infestation is still in infancy. However, to treat a full-scale infestation, you will need the services of a professional pest control service. Not only will the exterminator completely eliminate the pests from your house, they will also give you important tips on how to prevent pest invasions in the future. Continue reading
When it comes to dealing with household pests, we often take the do-it-yourself route. This often proves to make the problem bigger, especially when we’re dealing with a full-blown infestation.
Pest control is like any other field; you can take care of the minor problems yourself but when it comes to bigger things, it’s best to call a professional exterminator. Continue reading
If the amount of flies lurking around your restaurant is driving you crazy, imagine the impression it leaves on your customers. While there are several jokes about flies in soups, in reality, it’s no laughing matter.
While flies are not dangerous on their own, they are known for carrying several diseases such as malaria, typhoid, tuberculosis, cholera, salmonella, etc. Continue reading
Although Hurricane Irma was downgraded to a tropical storm, it still managed to wreak havoc across some densely populated areas of Florida with gusty winds and heavy rainfall.
Hurricanes can upset everyday living. Thousands of people displaced, millions left without power, roofs ripped off houses, flooded streets, and mudslides are not the only damages strong stormy whirlwinds cause. Continue reading
Cockroaches thrive in warm temperatures. A kitchen provides them with a perfect dwelling place, where they can live, feed, and build up huge populations quickly.
Needless to say, removing each and every roach hiding in the dark, moist places behind the refrigerator, stove, sink, drains and pipes is quite a daunting task. Continue reading
When insects invade one’s home, several questions arise.
How on earth did the creepy roaches get in? Continue reading